from The Century Dictionary.
- Having the color in rows: applied, in neurology, to a form of nerve-cell in which the Nissl bodies are arranged in nearly parallel lines.
- noun A somatochrome nerve-cell in which the stainable cytoplasmic substance is arranged in the form of striæ which run parallel with the contour of the cell-body and concentrically with the cell-nucleus.
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